38780 - Transforming Stressful and Traumatic Events
This course will teach simple, powerful, evidence-based approaches to assist participants in their recovery from stressful and traumatic events. These events might include serious physical illness, physical or sexual assault, divorce, automobile accident, death of a loved one and financial losses. The presenters will teach integrative trauma recovery skills that address both the physical and the psychological aftereffects of stressful and traumatic experience. Drawn from cutting-edge cognitive-behavioral therapy [CBT] and Kundalini yoga practices that target trauma symptoms, these tools have already helped hundreds of workshop participants reduce or eliminate post-traumatic suffering and move forward into peaceful, joyful, productive lives.
Recommended Reading: Reclaiming Life after Trauma: Healing PTSD with Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Yoga by Daniel Mintie, LCSW and Julie K. Staples, Ph.D. ISBN-13 : 978-1620556344 The course draws on the information in this book. Available for purchase through Amazon and other online book stores.
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Daniel Mintie, LCSW is a cognitive-behavioral therapist and writer who has been healing trauma since 1990. He has a private clinical practice in Taos, NM and provides off-site therapy and professional consultation via the internet. Daniel is the author of the book Reclaiming Life after Trauma based on an Integrative Trauma Recovery Program using yoga and cognitive-behavioral therapy for healing PTSD. Daniel holds an integrative trauma recovery retreat in Taos, NM and conducts mind-body wellness workshops at universities and training centers worldwide.
Julie Staples, Ph.D.
Julie K. Staples, Ph.D. received a doctorate in Cell and Molecular Biology at St. Louis University. She is the research director at the Center for Mind-Body Medicine in Washington, D.C. and an adjunct assistant professor at Georgetown University. She has been a certified Kundalini Yoga teacher since 1996. Julie is the author of the book Reclaiming Life after Trauma based on an Integrative Trauma Recovery Program using yoga and cognitive-behavioral therapy for healing PTSD. She also teaches online courses on the basics of research and the science of yoga to health care practitioners, yoga teachers and yoga therapists.
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